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New York, NY 10001

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About the Gallery
Founded in 2013 by Mary Ryan and Jeffrey Lee, RYAN LEE has established itself as a welcoming place of discovery and dialogue for art ranging from post-war art to the contemporary. Celebrating emerging and established artists and estates, the gallery takes a multi-generational approach to its programming, presenting innovative and scholarly exhibitions across all spectrums of art practices, including painting, photography, video, sculpture, and performance. The gallery takes chances on a wide variety of boundary-pushing artists; their work consistently transcends political, cultural, material, or technical boundaries. In addition, RYAN LEE has, throughout its history, demonstrated its long-standing interest and dedication to feminist, Black and Asian American, as well as queer narratives in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The gallery is led by partners of different generations and backgrounds with over six decades of combined experiences informing its unique approach.

Images

Kota Ezawa, Grand Princess, 2023, transparency in lightbox, 40 x 60 inches (overall), courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and RYAN LEE, New York.

Kota Ezawa, Grand Princess, 2023, transparency in lightbox, 40 x 60 inches (overall), courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco and RYAN LEE, New York.

Camille Billops, 1984, photography by Coreen Simpson

Camille Billops, 1984, photography by Coreen Simpson

Camille Billops, Madam Puisay, 1981 © Camille Billops

Camille Billops, Madam Puisay, 1981 © Camille Billops

Vivian Browne, 1974, photography by Jeanie Black

Vivian Browne, 1974, photography by Jeanie Black

Vivian Browne, Little Men #84, 1966

Vivian Browne, Little Men #84, 1966

May Stevens with Big Daddy, c. 1968

May Stevens with Big Daddy, c. 1968

May Stevens, Big Daddy Dome

May Stevens, Big Daddy Dome © May Stevens